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Undrafted rookie Nila Kasitati may have earned himself a roster spot with his ukulele version of John Legend’s All of Me.

By Brendan Maloy
August 04, 2016

Like many NFL teams, the Redskins like to have a little good-natured fun with their rookies by having them put on a talent show at training camp, with the future NFL stars presenting skits and songs that are laughed at as much as they are laughed with.

Things were a little different when Nila Kasitati hit the makeshift stage on Wednesday with his ukulele for a rendition of John Legend’s “All of Me” that turned into a full team singalong.

Kasitati came to the team as an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma, but the offensive lineman must have earned a roster spot after bringing the whole team together with his performance.

The act even got linebacker Will Compton onto Twitter to try to get Kasitati’s phone number so he could get a FaceTime lullaby from the rookie before calling it a night.

Football players seem to have a real soft spot for the ukulele versions of the wedding standard as a group of Arizona State players joined in on a singalong to the tune back in 2014.

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